Journal of Psychology and Theology Vol 40 No 1 (April 2012)

Special Issue: Journal of Psychology and Theology 40th Anniversary, Issue One
Conceptualizing the Past, Present, and Future of the Integration of Psychology and Theology

3  Editors’ Introduction I Everett L. Worthington, Jr. and Todd W. Hall

5  Revisiting the Issue of Influential Sources in the Integration of Psychology and Theology: More than a Decade Summary I Julia  P. Grimm, Keri L. Barnett, Rodney L. Bassett, Suzanne M. Pearson, Alysia Cornell, Shaelise Morton, Katelyn Scott, and Paul Stevenson

THEOLOGICAL, PHILOSOPHICAL,  OR METASYSTEMIC  PERSPECTIVES
16  Lost Opportunities, Partial Successes, and Key Questions: Some Historical
Lessons I Alan C. Tjeltveit

21   Dis-integrating Psychology and Theology I F. LeRon Shults

26  Let’s Talk: Embeddedness, Majority-Minority Relations, Principled Pluralism, and the Importance of Dialogue I Eric L. Johnson
32   Doing Psychology as a Christian: A Plea for Wholeness I C. Stephen Evans

37  The Idea of a Christian Psychology I Robert C. Roberts

41  Where Do We Want to be in 10 Years? Towards an Integration Strategy for Clinical
Psychologists I Glendon L. Moriarty

MACRO INTEGRATION WITH A COMPLEMENTARITY (BOTH-AND)  APPROACH
45  Doing Theology in Dialogue with Psychology I Fraser Watts

51  Revisiting a Field of Dreams: Looking Back with Appreciation and Forward with
Anticipation I Peter C. Hill

55   Spiritual Experiences Reconsidered: A Relational  Approach to the Integration of
Psychology and Theology I Maureen Miner and Martin Dowson

60  There’s Room for All of Us: Discerning  Your Role in the Integration
Movement I Julie Exline

66  Integration in Three Tenses: A Journey  from Separate and Not Equal to Integral and Interwoven I Gary W. Moon
72  Converging Horizons for Relational Integration: Differentiation-Based
Collaboration I Steven J. Sandage and Jeannine K. Brown

77  Journal File
81  Featured Review
82   Reviewer for This Issue
83   Books Received

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